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CPE Professors Literally Made the Cover of New ACS Book

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Professors Aaron Scurto and Mark Shiflett, in collaboration with Edward J. Maginn and Kristina Davis from Notre Dame, designed the cover for a new book that they recently finished editing for the American Chemical Society.

The book is called "Ionic Liquids: Current State and Future Direction." It is part of the ACS Symposium Series 1250. The cover image (pictured below) is artwork of an ionic liquid vapor-liquid interface.

We look forward to displaying both the artwork of the cover along with the invaluable content of the book itself in the department as soon as a copy arrives. 



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